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Shawarma Sausages & Brussels With Techina

By Kosher Guru / March 5, 2019

I’m a big fan of Israel and with that I’m also a fan of its cuisine. The first stop off any flight I have to the mother country, is always to get my shawarma and falafel fix. I mean even the best falafel and shawarma in the U.S is comparable to the worst shawarma and […]

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Moroccan Stuffed Mushrooms

By Kosher Guru / February 20, 2019

I told you how obsessed I am with all things Moroccan lately. Well I’ve been making Moroccan fish, I already told you about my Moroccan chili and I dream about what else I can make with these flavors. My older son has been watching his waistline so I’ve been trying to come up with healthy […]

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Moroccan Chili Recipe

By Kosher Guru / February 20, 2019

Lately, I have been obsessed with all things Moroccan. I even think I need to take a trip to Morocco and I’ve been getting a lot of pressure from a certain Maître D and his brother to do so. For now, I guess I’ve decided to just cook with their spices and amazing Ingredients. For the […]

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Sausage Veggie Bowls

By Kosher Guru / January 30, 2019

Grain and veggie bowls have become increasingly popular. I really enjoy having so many different fun textures in one bowl. It’s also a super easy meal with all the veggies grains and proteins in one dish. I love roasted veggies because of the sweetness that comes out of the veggies once roasted and I am also […]

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Oyster Steak

By Kosher Guru / January 12, 2019

I love a really good steak. There are so many different variations of meat it gets confusing in the meat aisle. I’m a big rib steak fan but lately I’ve been turned on to other cuts. I learned the hard way that if you want steak you can actually chew it has to be good […]

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Beef Fry Potato Bombs

By Kosher Guru / December 18, 2018

I have a daughter who loves potatoes. She loves them in any way shape and form. Kugel, roasted mashed I need to make every Shabbos or I guess off with my head. In our house I guess you call them shalom bayis foods. For me it’s roasted eggplant and techina and for her it’s all […]

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Pastrami Chicken Roll Ups

By Kosher Guru / December 5, 2018

On yontif we used eat by the Rabbi of the shul for a meal. His rebbetzin is an amazing cook!  She always made the most yummy and intricate dishes. One meal she made pastrami stuffed chicken and I will never forget it. I really enjoyed it so much I needed to recreate my own version […]

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Shawarma Sausage Tacos

By Kosher Guru / November 2, 2018

When I go to Israel the one thing I love getting there is shawarma. There is just something about having it in a laffa in Israel that gets me every time. I love eating it with Chummus and pickles, Israeli salad and smothered in techina. Well back to reality. I also happen to love love love […]

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Baked “Fried” Chicken

By Kosher Guru / October 25, 2018

Is there anything better than a piece of yummy fried chicken fresh from the frialator? I wish that could be my go to dinner but sadly I’m not sure all the fried food agrees with the way I want to feed my family. Coming up with a yummy baked “fried” chicken was a mission of […]

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Meat Ball Dinner

By Kosher Guru / October 24, 2018

Not everyone has the time or the ability to make fancy homemade meals every night. I totally understand. I grew up with a 10$ bill on the counter and was told to order out most nights. Instead I found myself creating easy semi homemade meals that took all but a few minutes to make. I […]

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